Twilight: Making CPD Effective

The Norwich Research School has been working with local leaders of CPD this year to increase the impact of their CPD. We’ve drawn together evidence from the EEF Toolkit, School’s Guide to Implementation and DIY Evaluation Guide; the Teach Development Trust; and the Behaviour Insights Team for this work. We’ve collated Case Studies of effective CPD from around the UK, for both Primary and Secondary schools of a range of sizes, to marry with the needs of local schools. […]

Posted on 19 April 2018
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD

Twilight: Secondary Science

The Science Guidance report is due out in June this year. Our Network Research lead, Dr Niki Kaiser, has been working with the expert panel to guide the research priorities. Niki is a Science teacher with over 11 years teaching experience and 7 years in Science Research before this, and has worked with the EEF team to produce a report that will help Science teachers implement effective approaches within the classroom. […]

Posted on 19 April 2018
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Twilight: Early Years

The EEF works with teachers and researchers to turn important messages from research into applicable, useable strategies. The Early Years toolkit is an accessible summary of educational research from early years teaching. In this twilight, we will summarise the evidence, and give practitioners and leaders a range of evidence-based ideas that they can implement immediately. […]

Posted on 19 April 2018
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Norwich Research Leads Network #NorRel: Implementation and Evaluation, with Stuart Kime

How do you know which evidence to use in your context? How can you evaluate its impact? And how can you ensure that it is embedded within your school in a sustainable way? Stuart Kime will help you answer these questions in this twilight. […]

Posted on 19 April 2018
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Reflections on Day 2 of our Leading Learning training course

Just before the end of Spring term, we welcomed back senior leaders from around Norfolk for Day 2 of Leading Learning: our programme to improve the quality of Teacher Continued Professional Development. […]

Posted on 14 April 2018
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Metacognition and Revision (1) – how to approach exam papers

I have been using metacognition in my lessons to get students to reflect on their understanding in terms of exam technique and knowledge, so I thought it would be interesting to turn my ideas into something that could work for the masses (ie. not just History students) and specifically in terms of revision. All the students in the group were “High Prior Achievers”, so I felt I could use some more complex techniques with them, and encourage them to move away from “fail safe” methods, such as highlighting, reading over previous work, and producing flashcards, which students often rely upon in times of exam pressure. […]

Posted on 22 March 2018
Posted in: Blog

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